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Posthumous Memoir by Gay Rights Pioneer Due in October

Posthumous Memoir by Gay Rights Pioneer Due in October

Feb 28
A posthumous memoir by gay rights pioneer Edie Windsor will be released in October.

Sequel to Michael Crichton's 'Andromeda Strain' Due in Fall

Sequel to Michael Crichton's 'Andromeda Strain' Due in Fall

By Lauran Neergaard | Feb 27
The late Michael Crichton's literary archive and production company has authorized a sequel to his breakthrough novel "The Andromeda Strain," a techno-thriller about scientists fighting a lethal extraterrestrial microorganism.

 Review :: On Chocorua

Review :: On Chocorua

By Christopher Verleger | Feb 26
A college freshman learns invaluable lessons about life, love and hiking in this compelling coming-of-age novel from Robin Reardon.

Bombshell Book Alleges a Vatican Gay Subculture, Hypocrisy

Bombshell Book Alleges a Vatican Gay Subculture, Hypocrisy

By Nicole Winfield | Feb 18
A gay French writer has lifted the lid on what he calls one of the world's largest gay communities, the Vatican.

 Review :: Northern Lights

Review :: Northern Lights

By Christopher Verleger | Feb 12
A teenager arrives in a small town hoping to find his mother, only to meet danger and disappointment in Raymond Strom's profound debut novel.

Marlon James Shares Truths Though the Fantasy of New Novel

Marlon James Shares Truths Though the Fantasy of New Novel

By Hillel Italie | Feb 6
Marlon James is in search of a definition.

 Review :: Drama Castle

Review :: Drama Castle

By Christopher Verleger | Feb 5
Nicky and Noah visit Scotland, where it's all killer castles and kilts in the seventh volume of Joe Cosentino's refreshing mystery series.

Open the Vaults: Unpublished Salinger Work to be Released

Open the Vaults: Unpublished Salinger Work to be Released

By Leanne Italie | Feb 2
One of the book world's greatest mysteries is finally ending: J.D. Salinger's son says previously unpublished work by his late father will be coming out.

Nat Segaloff on Guarding, and Guiding, Hollywood Royalty

Nat Segaloff on Guarding, and Guiding, Hollywood Royalty

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 28
In "Guarding Gable," author Nat Segaloff fictionalizes a festinating - and (mostly) true - chapter in the life of an unforgettable Hollywood screen legend. Segaloff talks to EDGE about Gable, the facts behind the fictionalization, and his other books.

Students Write Poignant Book of Surviving School Massacre

Students Write Poignant Book of Surviving School Massacre

By Terry Spencer | Jan 22
Students and teachers from the Florida school where 17 died in February's high school massacre have written a raw, poignant book about living through the tragedy.

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